Tick-SR Tick Remover Liquid, 120 mL
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Removing ticks from dogs is easy with Tick-SR Liquid
Tick-SR Tick Remover Liquid, 120 mL allows pet owners to quickly and safely remove ticks from dogs. Ticks use a glue-like substance to attach to their hosts, and Tick-SR Liquid works by dissolving that bond. It also contains an astringent that pushes the blood away from the area to cut off the tick's supply of food. With nothing holding it in place, the tick can easily be removed from your dog's skin. Tick-SR Liquid also contains a disinfectant to help prevent infections.
By checking your dog for ticks often, even if you currently use a topical flea and tick preventative like Frontline Plus or K9 Advantix, if one does get on your dog, you can catch it early before it has time to feed and possibly pass on diseases like Lyme Disease or Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. Tick-SR Liquid and Wipes help you easily remove all species of ticks without rupturing the tick or breaking off its mouthparts.
Moisten a pad with Tick-SR Liquid. Apply to the tick until it releases from your pet's skin. Remove tick with the pad and dispose. If the tick does not release, then reapply Tick-SR. If you are unsuccessful after reapplications, consult a veterinarian.
Tick-SR Liquid Customer Reviews
- Liquid solution that allows you to safely remove ticks from dogs
- Dissolves the bond that attaches ticks to your pet's skin
- Contains an astringent and anti-bacterial Benzalkonium Chloride
- Can help reduce the chances of your pet contracting Lyme Disease or other illnesses
- Effective against Deer ticks, Brown and American dog ticks, Lone Star ticks, and more
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